Updated Steam Component Selection Program

04.08.2005

Hoffman Specialty, a unit of ITT Industries, has updated its web-based Steam Component Selection Program. The new, enhanced program makes it even easier for engineers and installers to quickly and accurately choose the components they need, and save the information for their records.

Hoffman Specialty steam pressure reducing valves, steam traps and steam and water temperature regulators can all be selected with just a few keystrokes.

Enhancements include:

  • Pressure Reducing Valves (Series 2000): With just a few inputs on an accurate system diagram screen, users can choose the correct valve and control pilot(s), and verify the specifications. Job schedules can be printed, emailed or saved, making changes, orders and recordkeeping easier than ever.
  • Temperature Regulators (1140 and 1141): Users can now select the valve body and control actuator for greater versatility and accuracy.
  • For all components, a Selection Report documents the entire job history: inputs entered, products chosen, and specifications for each chosen product.

Besides the selection program the company offers also a set of calculation tools to provide assistance in the design of a steam system and / or to show the importance of a properly designed and maintained system. The calculators are available without registration and require ActiveX, while the component selection program is available through a login only.

About Hoffman Specialty

Hoffman Specialty, a unit of ITT Industries, is a leading manufacturer of steam traps, regulators and valves for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

Source: Xylem Inc.

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